It’s always great to see hard work pay off! Looks like I made it on the cover of the Winter 2010 Patagonia catalog. The photograph was taken by Grant Gunderson in Revelstoke, B.C. last December. Our home base of Mt. Baker had been an ice rink so we had to hit the road in search… Read more »
Hey Guys I´m on the way home to Austria after 2 weeks shooting in Chile; 1st week shooting with the K2 backside team and 2nd week for the Marmot catalogue. The first 7days we were up in El Colorado, which is pretty close to Santiago. check out some pics from up there view from the… Read more »
Inspired by extreme hunger for big and very remote mountains, 4 of us flew up to Anchorage on May 2nd this year and quickly found ourselves at the Ultima Thule Lodge in Wrangell St. Elias NP.
Check out what Roman is doing when the snow is melting! here some video clips http://www.roman-rohrmoser.com/index.php/videos.html
Stryn Summer Ski Resort on Norway’s west coast is a legendary summer skiing destination going back to the days when the road had to be dug out by hand and each turn on the wooden skis had to be earned the hard way. Now there is big machine opening the road every spring, and a… Read more »
With all the late season snow it has shaped up to be a great spring year. On my tick list was the Comma Couloir off of Cobb in the Pioneers. This is a line you can see in the distance when skiing at Sun Valley. With conditions looking prime we started out the day on… Read more »
El pasado viernes 21 de mayo Txiki y yo nos fuímos hasta las granjas de Viadós para hacer un monte mítico en esquí de montaña. David ya había hecho este monte pero yo no, y me habían hablado mucho de la esquiada que el Posets tiene. Así que un 21 de mayo, sin cortarnos un… Read more »
Allright all my forward tip eating telemark friends. Chances are, if you’ve mounted your newly polished Obsethed skis in the alpine location you’re too far forward…..DAMN! If you haven’t yet drilled, you’re in luck. I found this mount position to be just forward enough to have a fully active ski without feeling like I was going over the… Read more »
Although my husband offered champagne and home-cooked brunch to celebrate my first Mother’s Day, I had my heart set on a day in the backcountry. Petra Pirc McDowell and I headed to the Santa Fe National Forest in New Mexico for an 8 mile excursion with perfect corn descents. I’m on Dawn Patrols and Petra… Read more »
Backcountry season is now in full swing! I didn’t get to ski as much this season because I had a baby in December, but these earned turns were worth the wait! The best turns I’ve had this season. Keep ‘em coming!No hiding my excitement – best turns of the season! Tracks on lookers left.
Spring Peak Skiing in the Boulder Mountains-Idaho This past weekend Zach Crist and I went out to ski some peaks in our backyard of Idaho. First, was Galena Peak 11,153 ft in the Boulder Mountains. The wind was howling and the temps never warmed up as forecasted. We did get corn skiing a couple thousand… Read more »
Great times skiing each spring with my friends/guides from Sun Valley Trekking at their Bench Lakes Hut and Fishhook Yurt. The SVT crew share my passion for skiing, powder and time in the mountains. Like our Pioneer Yurt trip last week we were blessed with another 2 feet of fresh in the Sawtooths. Things were… Read more »
The fourth in a series of posts from K2 skier and AMGA-certified Ski Guide Evan Stevens, as he teaches and evaluates students in the AMGA’s Ski Mountaineering Guides Course in BC this month: Guide’s Course Video Wrap-Up Okay, all I have time for is to post the link for this video I just made of… Read more »
The third in a series of posts from K2 skier and AMGA-certified Ski Guide Evan Stevens, as he teaches and evaluates students in the AMGA’s Ski Mountaineering Guides Course in BC this month: The Final Stretch The 10 day ski mountaineering guide course actually culminates with a 3 day mini-exam, so that candidates are then… Read more »
Going up north on the west coast of Norway in late winter is a big highlight for me every season. When the sun is returning after months of darkness and harsh winter weather, I dare claim that this may be one of the most beautiful places in the word – at least for those with… Read more »
The second in a series of posts from K2 skier and AMGA-certified Ski Guide Evan Stevens, as he teaches and evaluates students in the AMGA’s Ski Mountaineering Guides Course in BC this month: Burning the Candle from Both Ends Sometimes that is what the guide certification process is about. The alarm goes off at 5:45… Read more »